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e-Book Equation of State Theories Their Application to Polymers, Blends Solutions download

by Bernd Rudolf

ISBN: 1860941214
ISBN13: 978-1860941214
Language: English
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc; 1st edition (October 2003)
Pages: 250
Category: Engineering
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The characteristic parameters obtained by the two methods are compared with regard to their ability to describe PVT data. A comparison of the three different EOS theories reveals that, for describing polymeric liquids, the modified cell model of Dee and Walsh is superior to the theory of Flory, Orwoll and Vrij as well as to the lattice fluid theory of Sanchez and Lacombe. Finally, formulae are given to convert the characteristic parameters from one theory into those of another.

Bernd Rudolph, Bernd Rudolf, Toshiaki Ougizawa: Equation of State Theories and Their ApplicationĀ . These features of the book will appeal to both students and scientists who want to apply the equation of state theories.

Bernd Rudolph, Bernd Rudolf, Toshiaki Ougizawa: Equation of State Theories and Their Application to Polymers, Blends and Solutions - hardcover. A wide range of applications to polymeric - and also some non-polymeric - systems is given. Finally, a thorough comparison of some of the theories is made.

Furthermore, most polymer blends are non-compatible and theĀ . A EOS-group contribution model applicable for polymer solutions, based on Sako-Wu-Prausnitz EOS and group solution model, is proposed.

Furthermore, most polymer blends are non-compatible and the requirement for compatible polymer pairs is often the presence of hydrogen-bonding interactions (. lorinated polyethylene). The proposed theory extends the application of cubic equations of state to polymer systems in a very simple fashion. A EOS-group contribution model applicable for polymer solutions, based on Sako-Wu-Prausnitz EOS and group solution model, is proposed to the activities of solvents in polymer. The first concern of the model is to predict vapor-liquid equilibria using low-pressure group parameters.

Sets out the principles of rheology as it is applied to polymer blends and nanocomposites. Demonstrates how rheological techniques are best applied to different classes of nanocomposites. Assesses the opportunities and major challenges of rheological approaches to polymer blends and nanocomposites.

This book is divided into 5 sections starting with an historic perspective and fundamental aspects on the synthesis and recognition by imprinted polymers. The second section contains 8 up-to-date overview chapters on current approaches to molecular and ion imprinting.

Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume 238). Comparisons with pertinent predictions from approximate analytical theories will be briefly mentioned, as well as applications, to understand experimental results. Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulations are, in principle, powerful tools for carrying out the basic task of statistical thermodynamics, namely the prediction of macroscopic properties of matter from suitable models of effective interactions between atoms and molecules. Coarse-graining Molecular dynamics Monte Carlo Phase diagrams Unmixing of solutions.

This book begins with a short recapitulation of the equation of state for a real gas and a perfect gas. This is followed by the description of a liquid, an outline of the difficulties that would arise from a gas-like description and the reason why a solid-like description would seem more appropriate. An introduction to different cell and hole models for liquids, polymeric liquids and their mixtures is also included. The theories are developed from the basics, after which the book delves into more complex theories. These features of the book will appeal to both students and scientists who want to apply the equation of state theories. A wide range of applications to polymeric -- and also some non-polymeric -- systems is given. Finally, a thorough comparison of some of the theories is made.
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